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The Washington Redskins suffered two injuries to the offensive line during Sunday's 38-21 win over the Cleveland Browns. On Monday, head coach Mike Shanahan confirmed that center Will Montgomery suffered an MCL sprain and tackle Tyler Polumbus suffered a concussion.
At his media conference on Monday afternoon, Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan spoke about two offensive line injuries from Sunday's game. Shanahan said that Will Montgomery has an MCL spain and that Tyler Polumbus suffered a concussion in Sunday's 38-21 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
While Shanahan spoke about Montgomery's injury he did not reveal how severe the knee injury was and said that there would be an update on Wednesday about the center's status. Montgomery is a six-year NFL veteran from Virginia Tech.
Shanahan also confirmed that Polumbus, an offensive tackle, suffered a concussion in the third quarter of the win over Cleveland. A full-time starter this season for the first time in his career, Polumbus began the third quarter on the field but later left the game and did not return. Shanahan did not indicate about Polumbus's status for next week.
Washington is back in action next Sunday at 1 p.m. ET against the Philadelphia Eagles.